We've seen and heard NVMe SSDs thermal throttling. It's something that we all worry about, and want to avoid when we're getting our own NVMe SSD. I mean, these speedy storage devices aren't cheap - and thermal throttling can diminish its speed. Well, here we'll tell you how to prevent NVMe SSD thermal throttling.
Photography is ever-changing, especially for smartphones. However, the fundamentals of photography remain the same. Be it DSLR or smartphone cameras, the basics are the same - especially the exposure triangle. Of course, there are differences between DSLR & smartphone cameras.
Spotify has its own fair share of issues since its launch. These problems range from simple frustrating UI to unusable functionality, and all the way up to the nature Spotify's ecosystem. Yes - piracy within Spotify is as severe as it sounds, and I'm not clickbaiting.
OTG cables are fantastic little accessories to have at all times. They're not widely available, and not widely known too, for that matter. This little OTG cable converts your whatever device with USB-A headers to USB-C or micro-USB. they're available in quite a lot of different shapes, lengths, and designs, actually.
Ever since I reviewed the first ever ASUS ROG Gladius from more than 2 years ago, I fell in love with that mouse. I loved the shape, the functionality, and the grip of that mouse. It's a really great mouse and has been with me since the day I first laid my hands on it. Over the years, the scroll wheel started having issues.
It's a funny situation. Facebook claims that the computer that I'm using has malicious software, and hence blocked me from logging in entirely. I was forced to use the Facebook malicious software scanner before I can even log in to my account. Seriously, why do you do this, Facebook?
I'm very sure that many people have heard and know of the name Lazada. It's pretty much the household name for online shopping these days to the point where people go window shopping and search for better deals over at Lazada. Daily supplies and gadgets are bought from Lazada too. With so many customers heading over to Lazada to purchase items, it's bound to have lots of sketchy deals. Lazada scam are on the rise!
Malaysia is currently booming in the e-commerce market. We've seen many e-commerce platforms emerging and competition is fierce. Prices of products are always as low as it can be - so the battle is now in the e-commerce platform's services instead - specifically, the return policy. To provide a return policy in itself is already a risk and people are abusing it.
When an e-commerce platform is as large and as open as Lazada, then more cases of scammers will appear. The general rule to avoid scam is simple - if the deal seems too good to be true, then it probably is. But sometimes it's not really that good, but still better than the market. How do you avoid them?